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and james taylor, they both confirmed those two artists did sing live. let's bring in john murray. do you think she was singing? >> i'm more surprised that kelly clarkson and james taylor actually sang live. it's an epic historic event. artists who air on the side of being perfect and caution in situations like this, you know, they want to give the best showing. people will be playing these tapes for years and years to on come. most artists do pre-record vocals and she released photos of her pre-recording. but most do just in case the elements prevent you from being at your best so i'm not surprised that she did lip sync if she confirms that she had. >> the marine band offering conflicting accounts. earlier they said she lip siyn synced. they said it was determined that a live performance was ill advised. each piece of music scheduled for performance in the inauguration is pre-recorded for use in case of freezing temperatures, equipment failure, et cetera. you say it's pretty standard. and then she pulled out her earpiece which suggests some sort of feedback. some are saying was she singi
in 2005. the man behind all these numbers, nbc's senior political editor, mark murray, joins me now. mark, this is fascinating stuff, well-timed is and fascinating. it feels like abortion, the conversation about abortions feels kind of like the conversation about gay rights, where the country is changing on a bedrock issue. am i overstating it? >> no, you're not, and one of the fascinate things about politics is politics can change. bill mcinturff, the republican pollster who co-founded this survey ended up saying, this is a profound change. and it probably goes to saying why during the democratic primary we heard so many references to abortion, women's rights, and you look at these numbers right now, and the poll for the first time, there is a majority saying that abortion should be legal. previously, when we asked this question, only with one exception, the majority said it should be illegal, either with or without exception. so a really profound change here. >> can we go inside the numbers a little bit? i think it's interesting. do you guys have a sense on where that change has come? o
political editor mark murray. mark, explain the coverage of this so far. i think "the l.a. times" called an evolution, not a revolution and what some people anticipated what might come. >> well, in the filibuster reform taken off as a measure of democrats, from liberaling who were very frustrated by the change of pace in the u.s. senate. throughout its history, the united states senate has been the world's greatest deliberative body and sometimes they deliberate a little bit too long but the white house actually said that they supported the modest measures and it depends on where you are on the united states senate. sometimes when people want quick action now, those people were disappointed but if you believe in evolutional or gradual change as president obama sometimes does, you would end up taking that half or a third of a loaf. >> okay. so progressives, though, certainly have not had a good time hearing about this and specifically coming out and being very stern in reaction to harry reid. take a listen to rachel maddow. >> wow, harry reid, yeah. this is the day everybody was looking f
analyst mark murray. good morning, mark. >> good morning, alex. >> explain how the plan would work. >> most electoral votes across the country are apportioned by a win evener take all basis. for example, if a candidate wins the election in virginia, they get all the electoral votes. this was being considered in states like virginia, michigan, pennsylvania, the electoral votes would be apportioned by congressional district. and just to show you how much things would end up changing, due to all the gerrymandering with the concentration of a lot of democratic votes in urban areas to a handful of congressional districts, mitt romney would have had more electoral votes in the state of virginia, nine to barack obama's four, even though barack obama won the state by four percentage points. and 150,000 overall votes. >> that's the state of virginia and overall, you look at the numbers, romney would have gotten 273, obama, 262, if it had gone that way nationwide. that's an extraordinary change. but the question, this constitutional? >> it is. states are allowed to decide how their electoral
today. jo yoke vich getting a hat trick at the australian open. he beat andy murray to be the first man to win the title three times in a row. good for him. >> you have a facebook account a mistake at a multi billion dollar company may mean money for >> how about this for an escape. we will tell you how to book a vacation here and pretty much anywhere on a budget. stay tuned. >> 44 after the hour. let's span the globe see what is happening overseas. mohammed morsi claiming a state of emergency in three cities consumed anti government violence. more than 50 people were killed this weekend across the country. to israel now after 7 years in a coma former prime minister ariel sharon's brain is showing signs of life a recent brain scan found significant activity. he has been in a vegetative state. >> a daring rescue caught on camera. two men and a young child stranded as their truck became engulfed with flood waters. >> they had a toddler into a water proof bag and hoisted to safety. both women were saved as well. >> did you get an e-mail on friday suggesting facebook owed you money? i did.
andy murray in four sets. amazing. >>> president clinton said he expects football to gradually become less violent. the president tells the new republic, i'm a big football fan, but i have to tell you, if i had a son, i'd have to think long and hard before i'd let him play football. mr. obama says he's particularly concerned about college players who suffer concussions and other injuries. he's less worried about the nfl where players are grown men who are paid well. the full interview appears in the february 11th issue. >>> i'll be back in an hour with a sneak preview of some of the most talked about super bowl ads a week before they air. >>> who shot j.r.? a cliffhanger watched by millions around the world, so, how will t'
's the first man to capture three australian open titles. amazing. he beat britain's andy murray in four sets. >>> cnn's newsroom with don lemon is going to be with us. who's getting over the flu? >> the flu is no joke. i had it for almost 18 days. my doctor said i got one, started to recover and got another. >> can we shake hands yet? how are you? >> supposed to do this. >> sorry, soy, sorry. what's coming up on the show tonight? >> immigration is going to be in the front. some republicans see the immigration debate as an opportunity to turn their recent losing streak around. senator john mccain talked this morning on abc about the immigration legislation that he is back, but first i want you to listen to louisiana governor bobby jindal earlier this week getting very real with fellow republicans. >> we must not with the party who simply protects the well off so they can keep their toys. we must reject identity politics. we've got to stop being the stupid party. i'm serious. it's time for a new republican party that talks like adults. >> how do you talk to republicans about the path to citize
and petition murray. eleanor holmes norton has introduced a similar bill in the house. >>> trough has big plans for the future. the agency unveiled an expensive plan for new tunnels and stops across the area. we'll break it down coming up. also ahead. >> what i went through was real, the feelings, the pain, the sorrow. that was all real. >> manti te'o on the fake girl friend hoax and for the first time we're marrying the voice of the alleged prank -- hearing the voice of the alleged prankster. >> tonight on the news edge the consequence of cold weather, a heating related fire leaves a well known maryland woman in critical condition. >> keep it right here. fox 5 news at 10:00 is just getting started.  there is no mass produced human. so we created the extraordinarily comfortable sleep number experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dual-air technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort
everybody should watch first and foremost because of the unbelievable performances. bill murray is spectacular as fdr. he's almost unrecognizable as a comedian we've loved for decades. there's one little thing about this movie though. he was in a relationship with his distant cousin and that's what the movie kind of touches on. so it gets pretty crazy, and i was not prepared to see the great fdr in certain compromising positions. that's really throwing some people off. >> is it bill murray playing fdr, or is it a real fdr-like role? >> i think he's amazing. i think that he re-creates fdr in a time when daniel day-lewis is getting so many accolades for "lincoln." we should be talking about bill murray, as well. he's extraordinary. >> high praise. so what's it getting on the tomato meeter? >> well, i personally loved this movie because it took larger than live figures and made them very normal and accessible. critics aren't agreeing with me. it's 40% rotten right now. >> oh, that's not very good. >> i know, too shock i guess. >> who do you predict will be the best actor and best a
. >>> before the presidential election, we discussed business owners. murray energy joao robert murray told employees if they did not give money, their jobs would be in jeopardy. in midsummer he said the company would shut down the plant, the red bird west mine which employed 56 people because of the president's policies. murray is starting to hire at the mine, again. the company denies reopening a plant and will hire back 42 or 43 people for a drawdown that will take place over the next several years. so, what you should know for the week coming up. it is now illegal to unlock your smartphone if you purchased it after saturday. unlocking or cracking a phone is a process to use your phone on any cell network, not just the one to which it is contractually tied. they granted an exemption to the act to allow them to engage in the practice. wireless carriers could sue consumer who is purchase and unlock their phones. this is a copyright regime that is broken and dysfunctional. the resume of the president's choice to head up the security and exchange commission. she's a federal prosecutor with e
to budget chair murray. we're going to do a budget this year. and it's going to have revenues in it. and our republican colleagues better get used to that fact. >> senator cruz? >> david, i'll mention there was an area of substantial agreement with what chuck just said. he said we should never, ever compromise the full faith and credit of the united states. i agree. and in fact, there is a bill that i am co-sponsoring, the full faith and credit act, which provides that, regardless of what happens to the debt ceiling, the united states will always, always, always meet its debt. we will never default on its debt. that was introduced in 2010. it didn't pass because harry reid and president obama didn't want it to pass. they wanted to raise the specter of a default to use. so, chuck, you and i could make news right now on national television, would you agree to support the full faith and credit act and take the possibility of a default off the table? >> i support the mcconnell proposal. let us raise the debt ceiling. no strings attached. and if the president can raise it as he should be able to
. >>> and top seeded novak djokovic has joust won his third straight australian open by beating andy murray. he is the first player to win three australian opens in a row since back in the 1960s and meanwhile, victoria azarenka won her second australian open on saturday and while you might think her name would give the engraver trouble, it turns out it was her country, azarenka is from belarus. the trophy says her name and initials b-e-l for belgium. blr, as everybody knows is short for belarus. >> who doesn't know that? >> ginger, you're up. >> yeah, everybody knows that. blr, all the time. this is worth noting again. we mentioned at the beginning of the broadcast, it's already starting to report freezing rain in parts of iowa, des moines included, as it moves east southern wisconsin, chicago included there, parts of the state line right along michigan, indiana, ohio and by monday morning, pittsburgh even in that quarter inch or more. now i told you about the warm-up, new york up to 60 by wednesday so lots of warm and moist air up in front, another arctic blast will come in by late week, with
. it is expected that patty murray's idea of the budget will be quite different. but the bottom line is a lot of people who say we need the budget with this debt of $16 trillion are going, will be glad to get to the table and work on an actual budget speech you we will see how it turns out. mike emanuel, thank you very much be one a fox news weather alert. extreme winter weather is gripping parts of the south. arctic air and freezing rain expected from arkansas to the north carolina and south carolina area. dangerous driving conditions. up to a quarter inch of ice can accumulate. people in the upper midwest and northeast are wondering when the cold will end. another day of bone chilling temperatures. we have our meteorologist here with the update. thanks for joining us, janice dean. reporter: that's right, cool air as far as the midsouth. ice on the roadways, the tennessee river valley, look at all that pink on the radar. it looks pretty, but it's not nice to drive in. north of that area is snow. it was is not a blockbuster event, but we could get one to 4 inches of snow across the ohio river
be very difficult. harry reid said it will be patry murray in charge of the budget to deal with these other issues. >> so the president -- one of the president's top priorities is global warming. and you're saying that's probably not going to pass through a democratic senate. what about gay marriage? what about gay marriage bills? what's the likelihood? this is another top priority for the president. the president has a democratic senate. what's the likelihood of the democratic senate, under the leader some of of harry reid, passing sweeping -- i'm just asking, you don't think so? >> there's a bill that promotes the constitutional right to gay marriage. that's not going anywhere, obviously. everybody's waiting for the supreme court. >> mark halperin, let me ask you the same thing, the president's top priorities that were laid out. we hear that republicans are going to be obstructionist. what is the likelihood of us getting sweeping global warmi i legislation or gay marriage legislation? >> i think i know where this is going. >> actually, you understand my point. the point i
the majority has decided to pass a budget. the new budget chairman, senator murray, said yesterday that her committee will draft a budget. now let's let the senate produce a budget. let's have a budget drawn up. let's have a budget debated. let's figure out what our plans are. budgets lay out plans and we'll see if a budget that a majority in the senate would vote for will pass the straight-face test with the american people. we'll see if this is just another budget that says, okay, here's the amount of money we'd like to spend. it has no relationship to the amount of money we have. let's let that be our budget. the people -- people will no longer tolerate, i'm convinced, the amount of debt and taxes that the spending plan would require. but for them to really think about that, they have to have a spending plan, and i am grateful that the house passed legislation that says we have to have that -- that plan. when the majority in the senate, democrats in the senate have a budget, we'll see how they feel about continuing to attack the budget that the house has been willing to come up with for
? >> it was on interstate 69. it was the murray state in kentucky, the women's athletics. they were on their way, in a minivan, to an event, but they hit a patch of ice, and the minivan rolled over. they said there were about nine injuries. two were transported to the hospital. the injuries are believed to be nonlife threatening. and it looks like in spite of how disastrous this actually looks, very few injuries, they were transported, but this was due to hitting some ice on some of the interstates there. well, the storm system is expected to move fairly rapidly towards east, but right now, the critical zone is going to be in this tristate area, tennessee into north carolina, and georgia. this is what we're looking at, the worsening of the icing conditions now. i want to show you what happened in the past 12 to 24 hours. this coming out of utah, around provo. this from our i-reporter, lane russell. look at the video. and he says that in provo, at byu university, that they had ice, they had snow, but on one of the ramps there he said there was a layer of ice. they were trying to get across this,
. they commemorate the birth of the poet robert burns in 1759. in australia, the tennis star andy murray signs autographs for the men's semi final. a passerby snaps a photo of frozen shots. pictures from around the world. imagine your bedroom and bathroom and kitchen all in only about 300 square feet. it may seem small, but not necessarily in new york city. mary? >> many new yorkers all right joke that they live in apartments the size of closets. even so, the city sees room to downsize. they are planning to add microapartments to make space for the people living alone. in a city tight on living space, things are about to get tighter. this one room is living room, bedroom, dining room. >> these are what are called a microapartment. squeeze into the area the size of a modest hotel room. >> then if you don't want to look at the television, you have a bar. they are traditional ideas that have been updated. they are modern and sexy way. >> some new yorkers live in tiny spaces and the modern sleekness may be tough to maintain. >> reserving nearly half for low and middle income residents. museum of n
. >> a three-peat at the australian open, beating andy murray in four sets to win his third consecutive australian title and fourth overall. he is the only player in history to win that tournament three years in a row. only nine other men have won it twice ever. >> you got it. dan, thank you. michael tomasky? right? the g.o.p. on the daily beast today. the g.o.p. plan to steal elections. how so? >> by changing the electoral college math and awarding electoral states big contentious states and virginia. those six, awarding them not by winner take all who won the state but by who won individual congressional districts. those six states happen to be corroded at the state level right now by republican legislators and republican governors. and so theydrew new district lines in 2010, and they through knew congressional lines. they packed as many as districts as possible. he won pennsylvania, for example, which has 18 districts by winning six of the 18 but ran up big margins because democrats were packed into those six districts. so if the republican rules had p
they will put forward a budget proposal, chuck schumer and patty murray and others are saying there will be new revenue in it. talk to mitch mcconnell said it's settled based on the raising of rates from the fiscal cliff deal, so there are some real divisions. and monday seems like a long, long time ago already. >> it certainly does. >> joe? >> yeah, mike. >> pick up on sam stein's point about immigration. today is a red-letter day on that issue. two signal events. one in today's "wall street journal," jeb bush, former florida governor, calls for comprehensive immigration reform. that's what the president wants. that's what democrats are pushing for and what republicans are resisting. jeb bush, one of the most powerful voices in the party, said they should go the president's way on that. fix it in a big bill. second, sam stein's colleague, john war, points out on huff post that marco rubio, florida senator, is very smartly trying to change the vocabulary of this debate, detoxify the term amnesty which has allowed talk radio, conservatives to dismiss almost any move on immigration. he's saying w
sure we meet compelling human need and at the same time get value for our dollar. senator patty murray chairs the subcommittee that funds housing and transportation, again, to make sure that we're rebuilding homes and livelihoods. senator feinstein on the army corps of engineers, again, while they've been doing a heroic job getting the -- keeping the mississippi river open, they want to make sure the shoreline of new york and new jersey and maryland is open for business as well. i could name all of them but those three have done an outstanding job. and i particularly want to acknowledge the help of my colleagues from new york and new jersey. senator schumer has led the way, particularly when there was this difficult time with senator inouye's illness to move this bill. but senator gillibrand, menendez and lautenberg have really been outstanding. this is about colleagues, and i want to thank our colleagues on the other side of the aisle who helped us. i know that -- i really would now like to yield the floor to senator landrieu, who has done such a great job through her subcommittee and
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